Brain Upgrade: The Architect’s Clue Bucket / Microservices gone wrong
18 September 2018 • 1 day
- 18 September 2018
- 1 day, 17:30-20:30
This Brain Upgrade consists of 2 parts in which the first part is provided by Dana Bredemeyer about the ‘architect’s Clue bucket’ and after that Java Champion Bert Ertman will take care of a session on ‘microservices gone wrong’.
Part 1: The Architect’s Clue Bucket
This talk covers a number of design principles, heuristics, tips, guidelines, etc. — clues we can use in architectural design — and places them in the context of architecture work, motivating them by outlining the kinds of challenges the architect addresses. It ends with some suggestions on building up a personal set of design heuristics.
Part 2: Microservices gone wrong
With popular poster children such as Netflix and Amazon, using microservices-based architectures seems to be the killer approach to twenty-first-century architecture. This session goes over the benefits, but more so the pitfalls, of using a microservices-based architecture. What impact does it have on your organization, your applications, and dealing with scale and failures, and how do you prevent your landscape from becoming an unmaintainable nightmare?
17:30: Food and drinks
18:15: The architect's clue bucket by Dana Bredemeyer
19:15: Short break
19:30: Microservices gone wrong by Bert Ertman
20:30: End with drinks
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